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Propane demand expected to rise due to late, wet harvest and need to dry crops

Propane demand in Saskatchewan is rising as a higher percentage of the 2019 crops will have to be dried following the latest snowfall and rain.
The propane marketing manager for Federated Co-op, Dave Turk, is advising farmers to order their propane in a timely manner to avoid last year’s delays in delivery.
Turk does not expect any propane supply shortages this year.
Turk says there was strong demand last month for propane, mainly from farmers in northeast Saskatchewan.
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